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How Parks, Green Infrastructure and Health Are Connected

The first webinar of the Greener Parks for Health series will introduce you to NRPA's Greener Parks for Health initiative highlighting the important role that parks play in fostering community and climate resiliency through green infrastructure. The speakers will overview climate impacts communities are facing, discuss how it impacts health and promote greener parks as a solution to improving overall community well-being.

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How to Advocate for Your Agency and Federal Relief Funding

The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic made obvious what professionals have known for a long time: parks and recreation services are not just public amenities, but providers of essential services that communities need. As the new Congress and the Biden administration start to address the critical issues facing our country, park and recreation professionals need effective advocacy practices to ensure that community services and needs are a part of the nation's recovery. This webinar will introduce professionals to NRPA's public policy and advocacy team, provide an outline of advocacy priorities, and identify opportunities for NRPA members to tap into the federal pandemic relief funding.

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How To Leverage Effective Advocacy Communication

Effective advocacy and communications strategies incorporate the ability to meaningfully connect with elected officials and engage the right stakeholders and partners to attain increased funding for your organization. This session will share such strategies and include successful advocacy examples that resulted in enhanced funding for Summit Metro Parks in Ohio and the Bozeman Parks and Rec Department in Montana. Join us to hear how to channel the power of your advocacy activities to boost your park and recreation resources.

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How to Receive Critical Feedback About Inequity

Have you ever received feedback that was hard to hear? When it comes to critical feedback around inequity, it's important to slow down and get in the right mindset to appropriately engage with the concern. Participate in this clinic to learn tangible steps for how to appropriately receive and respond to feedback around issues of inequity. Come to this event prepared to engage readily in dialogue and activities via breakout rooms and virtual chat.

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How To Support Mental Health in Your Community

Join a discussion on the role park and recreation professionals play as essential contributors to mental health and the overall well-being of their communities. During this webinar, Daniel Hatcher, Brodrick Clarke and Stacy Frazier will share ways to support the mental health of frontline staff and community members. In addition, learn how to engage and contribute to the development of youth this summer. The positive outcomes of activities that support well-being and mentoring are indispensable and demonstrate the power of the park and recreation profession.

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How To Talk Persuasively About Greener Parks

In the second webinar of the Greener Parks for Health webinar series, you'll learn how to craft communications messages that make a strong case for increasing green infrastructure in parks so every person has the opportunity to live a healthier life. Using the real-world evidence covered in the first webinar in the series, we will walk you through ways to use your audience's personal beliefs and values to craft specific values-based messaging about green infrastructure and its benefits. Opportunities to tailor the messages for your community's needs and desires will be highlighted. Attendees of this webinar will get a premium first access to NRPA's Greener Parks for Health Communications Toolkit.

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How to Tell #OurParkAndRecStory: Storytelling Through Video

This July's Park and Recreation Month theme is "Our Park and Recreation Story." Kick things off by participating in this free learning opportunity to gain the skills needed to effectively interview community members, capture their stories and share them through compelling video. Join Filmmaker Casey Stein as he shares the basics of storytelling, tips for interviewing community members on camera, and best practices for capturing compelling video to amplify your parks and recreation story.

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How We Can Increase Gender Equity in Youth Sports

Looking to learn strategies that can increase gender equity in youth sports? Join this event to participate in active, breakout-room discussions with your fellow park and recreation professionals to share best practices for increasing gender equity and overall participation in youth sports. Network with like-minded professionals to voice challenges and brainstorm solutions to ensure all youth have access to high-quality sport opportunities.

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Human Capital Management

This course explores the characteristics of Human Capital Management. Most park and recreation agencies spend half of their budget or more on labor costs. As a result, it is imperative to receive a good return on investment in employees as they are an organization's most important asset. Course outcomes: Creating an effective organizational culture; Developing effective teams; Leadership skills necessary for excellence in human capital management; and Creating a performance focused organization. CEU's: 0.3

Human Capital Management is part of NRPA's Leadership Certificate . The session is intended for all levels of leadership from agency directors and department heads to front line leaders and those aspiring to lead.

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Impact Your Career, Impact Your Community: Become a CPRP

Looking to advance in your career? This free webinar will show you how easy it is to become a Certified Park and Recreation Professional (CPRP) and will provide valuable insight on the benefits of this certification from the National Certification Board Chair Tiffany White. You also will learn how to get the CPRP Prep Course for free ($250 value), by applying by April 30, 2021. Leave this webinar feeling confident and ready to take the next step to becoming a CPRP.

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